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9789462096028 - Penny J. Gilmer: Alliances for Advancing Academic Women,  Guidelines for Collaborating in Stem Fields - Book
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Penny J. Gilmer (?):

Alliances for Advancing Academic Women, Guidelines for Collaborating in Stem Fields (2014) (?)

Delivery from: NetherlandsThis is a paperback bookNew book

ISBN: 9789462096028 (?) or 9462096023, in dutch, Sense Publishers, Paperback, New

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This unique book provides important guidelines and examples of ways STEM (E.g., science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) faculty and administration can collaborate towards goals of recruiting, mentoring, and promoting leadership to academic women faculty. Based on the experiences of faculty across five Florida universities, including one national laboratory, each chapter highlights one aspect of a multi-institutional collaboration on an NSF ADVANCE-PAID grant dedicated to achieving the... This unique book provides important guidelines and examples of ways STEM (E.g., science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) faculty and administration can collaborate towards goals of recruiting, mentoring, and promoting leadership to academic women faculty. Based on the experiences of faculty across five Florida universities, including one national laboratory, each chapter highlights one aspect of a multi-institutional collaboration on an NSF ADVANCE-PAID grant dedicated to achieving these three goals. Highlighting the importance of coordination, integration, and flexibility, each chapter details strategies and challenges of establishing a multi-site collaboration, assessing climate in STEM departments, addressing differential institutional readiness and infrastructure, and implementing change. The authors suggest ways to build on intrainstitutional strengths through interinstitutional activities, including shared workshops, research, and materials. Separate chapters focus on recruiting women into STEM departments, mentoring women faculty, and providing leadership opportunities to women. A theoretical chapter includes Cultural historical activity theory as a lens for examining the alliances' activities and evaluation data. Other chapters present research on women STEM faculty, contributing insights about STEM women's sense of isolation. Chapters include a reflective metalogue written by a social scientist. The book closes with lessons learned from this collaboration.Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 13x234x156 mm;Gewicht: 340,00 gram;Verschijningsdatum: april 2014;ISBN10: 9462096023;ISBN13: 9789462096028; Engelstalig | paperback | 2014
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ISBN (alternative notations): 94-6209-602-3, 978-94-6209-602-8
9789462096028 - Penny J. Gilmer: Alliances for Advancing Academic Women,  Guidelines for Collaborating in Stem Fields - Book
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Penny J. Gilmer (?):

Alliances for Advancing Academic Women, Guidelines for Collaborating in Stem Fields (2014) (?)

Delivery from: NetherlandsThis is a paperback bookNew book

ISBN: 9789462096028 (?) or 9462096023, in dutch, Sense Publishers, Paperback, New

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This unique book provides important guidelines and examples of ways STEM (E.g., science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) faculty and administration can collaborate towards goals of recruiting, mentoring, and promoting leadership to academic women faculty. Based on the experiences of faculty across five Florida universities, including one national laboratory, each chapter highlights one aspect of a multi-institutional collaboration on an NSF ADVANCE-PAID grant dedicated to achieving the... This unique book provides important guidelines and examples of ways STEM (E.g., science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) faculty and administration can collaborate towards goals of recruiting, mentoring, and promoting leadership to academic women faculty. Based on the experiences of faculty across five Florida universities, including one national laboratory, each chapter highlights one aspect of a multi-institutional collaboration on an NSF ADVANCE-PAID grant dedicated to achieving these three goals. Highlighting the importance of coordination, integration, and flexibility, each chapter details strategies and challenges of establishing a multi-site collaboration, assessing climate in STEM departments, addressing differential institutional readiness and infrastructure, and implementing change. The authors suggest ways to build on intrainstitutional strengths through interinstitutional activities, including shared workshops, research, and materials. Separate chapters focus on recruiting women into STEM departments, mentoring women faculty, and providing leadership opportunities to women. A theoretical chapter includes Cultural historical activity theory as a lens for examining the alliances' activities and evaluation data. Other chapters present research on women STEM faculty, contributing insights about STEM women's sense of isolation. Chapters include a reflective metalogue written by a social scientist. The book closes with lessons learned from this collaboration.Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 13x234x156 mm;Gewicht: 340,00 gram;Verschijningsdatum: april 2014;ISBN10: 9462096023;ISBN13: 9789462096028; Engelstalig | paperback | 2014
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ISBN (alternative notations): 94-6209-602-3, 978-94-6209-602-8
9789462096028 - Editor: Penny J. Gilmer, Editor: Berrin Tansel, Editor: Michelle Hughes Miller: Alliances for Advancing Academic Women: Guidelines for Collaborating in STEM Fields - Book
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Editor: Penny J. Gilmer, Editor: Berrin Tansel, Editor: Michelle Hughes Miller (?):

Alliances for Advancing Academic Women: Guidelines for Collaborating in STEM Fields (2014) (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookNew book

ISBN: 9789462096028 (?) or 9462096023, in english, 238 pages, Sense Publishers, Paperback, New

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This unique book provides important guidelines and examples of ways STEM (E.g., science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) faculty and administration can collaborate towards goals of recruiting, mentoring, and promoting leadership to academic women faculty. Based on the experiences of faculty across five Florida universities, including one national laboratory, each chapter highlights one aspect of a multi-institutional collaboration on an NSF ADVANCE-PAID grant dedicated to achieving these three goals. Highlighting the importance of coordination, integration, and flexibility, each chapter details strategies and challenges of establishing a multi-site collaboration, assessing climate in STEM departments, addressing differential institutional readiness and infrastructure, and implementing change. The authors suggest ways to build on intrainstitutional strengths through interinstitutional activities, including shared workshops, research, and materials. Separate chapters focus on recruiting women into STEM departments, mentoring women faculty, and providing leadership opportunities to women. A theoretical chapter includes Cultural historical activity theory as a lens for examining the alliances' activities and evaluation data. Other chapters present research on women STEM faculty, contributing insights about STEM women's sense of isolation. Chapters include a reflective metalogue written by a social scientist. The book closes with lessons learned from this collaboration. paperback, Label: Sense Publishers, Sense Publishers, Productgroep: Book, Gepubliceerd: 2014-04-18, Releasedatum: 2014-04-18, Studio: Sense Publishers
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ISBN (alternative notations): 94-6209-602-3, 978-94-6209-602-8
9789462096028 - Editor: Penny J. Gilmer, Editor: Berrin Tansel, Editor: Michelle Hughes Miller: Alliances for Advancing Academic Women: Guidelines for Collaborating in STEM Fields - Book
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Editor: Penny J. Gilmer, Editor: Berrin Tansel, Editor: Michelle Hughes Miller (?):

Alliances for Advancing Academic Women: Guidelines for Collaborating in STEM Fields (2014) (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookUsed book, not a new book.

ISBN: 9789462096028 (?) or 9462096023, in english, 238 pages, Sense Publishers, Paperback, Used

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This unique book provides important guidelines and examples of ways STEM (E.g., science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) faculty and administration can collaborate towards goals of recruiting, mentoring, and promoting leadership to academic women faculty. Based on the experiences of faculty across five Florida universities, including one national laboratory, each chapter highlights one aspect of a multi-institutional collaboration on an NSF ADVANCE-PAID grant dedicated to achieving these three goals. Highlighting the importance of coordination, integration, and flexibility, each chapter details strategies and challenges of establishing a multi-site collaboration, assessing climate in STEM departments, addressing differential institutional readiness and infrastructure, and implementing change. The authors suggest ways to build on intrainstitutional strengths through interinstitutional activities, including shared workshops, research, and materials. Separate chapters focus on recruiting women into STEM departments, mentoring women faculty, and providing leadership opportunities to women. A theoretical chapter includes Cultural historical activity theory as a lens for examining the alliances' activities and evaluation data. Other chapters present research on women STEM faculty, contributing insights about STEM women's sense of isolation. Chapters include a reflective metalogue written by a social scientist. The book closes with lessons learned from this collaboration. paperback, Label: Sense Publishers, Sense Publishers, Productgroep: Book, Gepubliceerd: 2014-04-18, Releasedatum: 2014-04-18, Studio: Sense Publishers
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Keywords: By Subject, Kids, Higher Education, Teaching Aids, Books, Science & Nature, Society, Politics & Philosophy, Education Studies, Education Studies & Teaching, Higher & Further Education
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ISBN (alternative notations): 94-6209-602-3, 978-94-6209-602-8

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